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there are 3 types of memory:

episodic, semantic, procedural

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episodic and semantic can be described as

declarative

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procedural memory can be described as

non-declarative, skills and habits (BG)

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declarative memory is centered in the ___ lobe and ____, and includes ____(___) and ____(___). it can therefore be said to involve ___ info

medial temporal, diencephalon, semantic, facts, episodic, events, explicit

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non-declarative memory involves _____ information, i.e. ____. it is acted on in ____ conditioning by combining info from the ____ regarding ___ ___ with ___ ____ associated with the _____

procedural, motor skills, classical, cerebellum, skeletal musculature, emotional responses, amygdala.

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there are 3 sub processes of memory:

encoding( trace formation) , storage (retention in LTM), retrieval (extraction from LTM)

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memory is the ability to represent past ____, mental ____ and previously acquired implicit ____

experience, events, knowledge

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inability to recall on demand=

retrograde amnesia

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can't make new memories=

anterograde

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working memory is the ability to

retain info "online" during normal cognition

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the multi store model of memory is based on ______ (_____)s _____ and ____ ___ ____ studies on brain damaged patients

Atkinson& Shiffrin, 1968, empirical evidence comparing psychophysics of healthy with neuropsychological dissoc., serial position effect

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chunking involves

reducing large quantities of information into smaller manageable chunks ( ex letters into words)

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the serial position effect (___, ____) plotted primary effect against ____ to give _____ effect, which showed that ____

murdoch, 1962, serial position, recency, people are more likely to remember the info at the beginning and ends of lists

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the basic assumpltion of psychophysics is that

perception/cognition can be deconstructed into sub-processes

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the distinction between STM and LTM is seen as

depending on where the brain is damaged--> anterograde or retrograde

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both types of amnesia can be treated with

ect

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retrograde amnesia is due to damage to

ventral frontal regions including uncinate fasciculus

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STM involves ___ similarity and ____

acoustic, interference

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LTM involves ___ similarity and ____ words

semantic, facilitation

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conditioning in anterograde amnesia is done by combining ___ response to ____ with ____, which results in __________ but no memory of training. extinction occurs after ____ but ____. therefore classical conditioning shows memory is ____

eyeblink response, air puff, tone, CS-UR relationship, 2 years, can be retrieved 1/10th times, implicit

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The 4 theories of forgetting are

1. Trace decay theory
2. Interference theory
3. Retrieval theory
4. Schema

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short term trace decay is seen in the absence of ____, info remains briefly in _____, before being forgotten- this was shown experimentally in the ___ ____ technique (____), whose aim was to provide empirical evidence for the ___ ____ ___

rehearsal, STM, brown peterson technique, 1959, multi store model

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sensory memory is ____ specific and includes ____. The Iconic memory store is up to ___ and the echoic is up to ____

modality, attention, 0.5s, 2s

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___(___) Tachistoscope experiment is used to test ____ memory, and is done by ___ ____ for ____. ____ found that by accompanying the stimuli with a brief__/___/___ ___, ___ memory was improved

Sperling, 1960, sensory, flashing a stimuli, 50ms, sperling, high, med, low, tone, iconic

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___ is how sensory input is represented in the memory system

coding

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verbal STM, or __ ___, is assessed using a ___ ____ _____ test

working memory, forward-backward digit span test

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perceptual learning is assessed using ___, where parts of a drawing are used to test ___ between ___

priming, associations, stimuli

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tasks to assess procedural memory include ___ __ (___) and ___ ____(___) -the latter was done on __ and showed he ___ although didn't _____ - therefore he had intact ___ (or ____) memory.

rotary pursuit, corkin 1968, mirror tracing, milner 1962, HM, remembered how to mirror draw, remember training, procedural, non-declarative

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elizabeth loftus showed evidence for the ____ theory using cases of ____. This theory says we ___ memories to fit a ____

schema, EWT, reconstruct, schema

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the schema theory says that information sampling occurs via the _____ (ie did you ____), and false post information can result in ____

misinformation effect, see a or the, false memories

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the effect of false memories was shown my ____(___) who showed that the wording after a car accident affect how ___ the person though the car was going. ____ was also shown to have an effect, as telling them they had gotten sick from an ____ when a child resulted in _____

loftus & palmer 1947, fast, false suggestion, egg sandwich, long lasting behavioural changes

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in ____(___) post car accident test, "smashed" resulted in ___ thinking there was ___ and "hit" made ___ believe

loftus&palmer 1947, 32%, 14%

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a huge contribution to false EWT is ___ ____, where the person is recognised as ____ but don't know where from

source misattribution, familiar

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HM had ____ so his _____ were removed which resulted in both ______

temporal lobe epilepsy, medial temporal lobes (although entorhinal and parahippocampal non func too because of atrophy), a and r amnesia

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working memory is associated with the

prefrontal cortex

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semantic memory is associated with

the infero lateral temporal lobe

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procedural memory is associated with

the cerebellum, BG (putamen), and the supplementary motor cortex

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loftus quote: who we are may be ____ but our memories are _____ and what we have been _____ (__)

shaped by our memories, shaped by who we are, led to believe, 2003

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trace decay theory states that ____ changes occur during ____ and without ____, _____ processes occur which reverse these changes. however the problem is that ___ alone doesn't account for ___ as shown by ____ memory

functional & structural changes occur, learning, rehearsal, metabolic, time, forgetting, recalled

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interference theory says that ____ interfere with eachother and that this interference can be ____/____

similar items, retroactive, proactive

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retrieval failure theory says that ___may not be ____ if correct ____aren't used. method showed that recall ___ when information was ____ rather than _____

memories, recalled, retrieval cues, improved categorised, free

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schema theory says that memories are a ______, which distorts if new information ____ with _____, and also is cognitively ____ as ____ occurs. implications for EWT is that we tend to ____

simplified generalized mental representation of an event based on past experience, conflicts, existing, economical, filling in, reconstruct memories to fit schema

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Loftus' ____ report (___) made conviction on a single ____ not viable due to emprical evidence that memory is a ____ and is influenced by _____ guessing and ______

devlin, 1976, ewt, reconstruction, educated, suggestive wording